Access support with compassionate assistance in managing life stage transitions
Moving on to the next stage of life is a part of getting older for everyone. It is never easy to transition to this next stage – whether it’s school, university, or into a new home. If you need assistance in managing life stage transitions, then HealSoul can help.
With NDIS assistance, managing life transitions can be made easier. Under the NDIS, HealSoul can provide a disability support worker whose sole focus is to help the transition to the next stage run smoothly, with little impact on the recipient.
Whether you’re relocating for work, to be closer to family, or for greater support, you deserve to do so as easily and as stress-free as possible. At HealSoul, we’ll work to understand your needs throughout your life transition to ensure that you feel supported at all times. If you are ready to take the next step, book a free consultation with us today.
Why choose HealSoul for an NDIS assist life stage transition?
HealSoul’s life stage transition services are fully compliant with the outlined NDIS requirements.
We will help you transition to the next stage by offering a tailored service that works with your lifestyle.
We aim to empower you to feel comfortable and supported in your upcoming transitional period.
Life transition assistance consultations at HealSoul are free with no initial setup fee, saving you up to $600.
The benefits of assistance in managing life stages with HealSoul
HealSoul is proud to offer a full life transition service for customers who qualify for the NDIS. With our support, you can find your own sense of independence as you manage your transition into the next stage of your life. We’ll help make things easier for you as you coordinate your own support.
We offer both short term and long term support for life transition assistance. It doesn’t matter if you are moving house, accessing new employment opportunities, or seeking better care – we are here to ease the transition to what we know will be an exciting new chapter for you to enjoy.
We look forward to hearing more about your next steps at a free consultation.
What’s included in NDIS assistance managing life transitions from HealSoul
Our NDIS services are built on support and professionalism, and our assistance in managing life transitions is no different.
As well as the benefits listed above, your NDIS assist life stage transition program will facilitate:
- Participant-driven support coordination
- Development of self-care and capacity building skills
- Crisis and conflict management and resolution
- Support network development through community engagement
- Access to community support services and programs
- Assistance in access accommodation and tenancy
- Daily planning and budget management
- Peer and group support and mentoring
- Individual skill development
- Decision-making assistance
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Our disability support workers managing life stage transitions are fully trained. Each is very experienced in offering life stage transition support, having met the NDIS employment checklist. You’ll always receive compassion and support from them as they help you find your own sense of independence through this period.
Get started on the next stage of your journey with a free consultation.
Life stage transitions are any life changes that lead you to a new stage. We experience these stages throughout our lives right from the time we are born.
Some are outside of our control, particularly as children where moving home or school is a decision made by our parents or carers. Others are ones we make ourselves such as choosing a career path and moving out of our childhood home.
Some of these transitions are less daunting than others but all come with the possibility to impact significantly on your health and well-being.
Examples of life transitions can include obvious changes such as the transition from high school to university or starting a new job or less known ones such as adapting to illness. Becoming a parent is an example of a life stage transition as is moving out and learning to live with others or on our own.
Life transitions can be exciting, scary, exhilarating and more. There are transitions that come naturally as we grow and gain our independence from childhood and others that are thrust upon us with little option but to find a way forward – such as in the case of illness or disability.
There is a vast spectrum of life stage changes and every human being will experience these stages differently and we will not always experience the same ones. For those with disabilities, these challenges can be even more pronounced and harder to manage without support.
Some life stages are predictable such as graduating from school or university and preparing for your first child. Others may occur suddenly such as an accidental injury or life-altering medical diagnosis.
If you are aware of an impending transition, there are ways in which you can prepare for this transition. Being proactive in this way can help to minimise or eliminate some of the stressors associated with navigating this shift.
One of the most effective ways to prepare for a life transition is to discuss it and focus on understanding the change and why it is going to occur. As an NDIS recipient, preparing for the change may also involve aspects such as:
- Learning about a new area in advance of a move
- Setting up new support arrangements and coordinating appropriate care
- Seeking assistance with individual skill development, decision making and peer support
The NDIS recognises the unique needs and challenges faced by those receiving NDIS benefits and as a result, offers targeted support around life transition planning.
For instance, for someone pursuing independent living, this includes Establishing volunteer assistance within the participant’s home or community to develop skills. This can mean finding assistance in attending appointments, shopping, bill paying, taking part in social activities and maintaining contact with others.
Support can be short or long-term with a view to teaching participants how to navigate ongoing change and plan for it.